Fierce French Wines to celebrate Bastille Day!

Bastille Day is the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, a turning point of the French Revolution, as well as the Fête de la Fédération which celebrated the unity of the French on July 14, 1790.  Whether you are a Francophile or just a really BIG fan of French wine, […]

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The Most Delicious ways to Enjoy Summer Tomatoes

  The tomato, the official fruit of NJ. Sweet, tart, and tangy all in one bite, a natural yet balanced in flavor. You could say that Sickles Market all started with a tomato, it’s this type of beloved fruit that began our 112 year old business which began as a farm stand! This summer we […]

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Pink Drink Season

Long hot days and starry nights near the shore call for the refreshing, tannic sips of Rosé. Rosé is made from red wine grapes with a shorter period of skin contact during crushing and initial fermentation than when making a Red. Less time means a more pale color–like a blush–and a lighter, less tannic body. […]

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Celebrate the 4th of July with Sickles’ Own Butcher Boxes

PRE-ORDER BY THIS THURSDAY, JULY 2nd for Pick Up or Delivery on Friday, July 3rd – Sunday, July 5th.Each Box comes with a container of Sickles’ Own Seasonings. Each seasoning mix has been customized to each box for the ultimate flavor! Cooking instructions for the seasonings will be included. Each box ordered by the deadline […]

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Summer’s Most Versatile White Wine: Chenin Blanc

Previous Next Chenin Blanc is like the chameleon of grapes because it blends in so well. It is said that you can find a Chenin Blanc wine for any occasion. When Chenin blanc is vinified dry it produces a lean, minerally wine with flavors of pear, quince, ginger and chamomile. Often there are also flavors of […]

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Coneflowers: A Firework Display All Summer Long

Just arriving into our Garden Center are the Coneflowers, a Perennial Favorite here at Sickles.  From mid-summer through the fall their vibrant colors burst into a spectacular display.  The vivid colors are almost unreal.  Coneflowers, also known by their genus name Echinacea, are part of the Daisy Family, which is why they are so bright […]

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Try Black Garlic for Flavor and Health

Black garlic has been used for centuries in Asian cuisine, and we’re thrilled to now carry it in our produce department.  It is aged garlic, whose fermentation process prevents spoilage, mellows out the harsh acidity, and contains twice the amount of anti-oxidants. Perhaps most refreshing of all, black garlic won’t give you that breath! The […]

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An American Classic: Caswell-Massey

If Caswell-Massey was favored by the previous fathers of our country, then they may just be good enough for your dear old Dad! Just in time for Father’s Day, our Gift department now features Caswell-Massey. Founded in Newport, Rhode Island in 1752, Caswell-Massey has sold the finest soaps and perfumes since before the American Revolution. […]

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Little Bear Produce in the Sweet Summertime

We always like to say flavor follows nutrition.  Our palates and appreciation for flavor was developed over millennia of humans eating for survival, and what tasted good was a signal that it was rich in nutrition.  We are very fortunate to live today in a food world of more convenience and variety, but at Sickles […]

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Celebrate Dad with Butcher’s Best

When it comes to the best cuts in town you can rely on Sickles Meat Department to be there for you.  We pride ourselves working with small farms and producers to ensure fresh, safe proteins for your family.  Now that it is summertime and we want to be by the grill, we go for succulent […]

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Miso Adds Flavor and Aids Digestion

Sickles has always made it our mission to Share Good Food, so we loved it when our Sushi Department introduced a delicious new dish, the seared Tuna Tataki Bowl, inspired by the new products on our Gourmet shelves. This noodle bowl comes with a rich and refreshing dressing made from Seed + Mill Tahini, organic […]

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Run for the Roses

Our Garden Center is thick with the intoxicating fragrance of roses in bloom. June is National Rose Month, reminding us this is the perfect  time to start you own rose garden. Come and find the rambling roses, shrubs, and climbers of your rose garden dream at Sickles. We have rewarding options for those without a […]

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